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Turmeric for Brain Health? Not as smart as you think.

Turmeric for Brain Health? Not as smart as you think.

Turmeric is a spice used in curry. In large population studies in India, states that consumed more turmeric had less dementia (Alzheimer’s disease) than in the low-consuming states. Turmeric has become a popular supplement in America. But turmeric has an evil side,...

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Elephants May have a Cure for Cancer – How to Help

Elephants May have a Cure for Cancer – How to Help

But the Elephant Gene Pool must Survive to Help UsMany of my relatives have died from cancer. I know everyone reading this has been touched by cancer. As a doctor for 40 years, I have seen countless cancer victims. I’m writing you about a unique opportunity to benefit...

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How to Reduce the Risk of Eastern Equine Encephalitis

How to Reduce the Risk of Eastern Equine Encephalitis

The mosquitoes that carry EEE can bite any time day or night, the highest frequency is the early evening. Schools in high-risk areas have canceled nighttime athletic contests. There is insecticide spraying in hish risk towns, but this disease very high case-fatality...

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Aspirin for coronary health. Friend or foe?

Aspirin for coronary health. Friend or foe?

How did aspirin’s reputation get to be so bad? Aspirin hasn’t changed. It is a blood thinner that acts by blocking the early stages of a blood clot that causes a heart attack. But too much thinning of the blood and bleeding can result. In the original aspirin studies,...

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